Texas Tech University

Annual Report - 2016

The Department of Kinesiology and Sport Management provided its instructional program in the spring of 2016 with individuals with 35 individuals (19 tenure-track faculty, 7 one-year or continuing appointments instructors, and 9 part-time instructors) and in the fall of the 2016 with 41 individuals (18 tenure-track faculty, 10 one-year or continuing appointments instructors, and 13 part-time instructors).

Major Accomplishments

 Very good teaching (out of a 5.0 scale)

Departmental mean for teaching face-to-face classes
  • Spring face-to-face
    • 4.75 The course objectives were specified and followed by the instructor.
    • 4.69 Overall, the instructor was an effective teacher.
    • 4.66 Overall, this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Spring online (one instructor—not rehired—negatively impacted these ratings)
    • 3.92 Expectations were clearly stated either verbally or in the syllabus.
    • 3.70 Overall the instructor was effective.
    • 3.70 Overall this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Summer I face-to-face
    • 4.65 The course objectives were specified and followed by the instructor.
    • 4.47 Overall, the instructor was an effective teacher.
    • 4.48 Overall, this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Summer I online
    • 4.30 The course objectives were specified and followed by the instructor.
    • 4.23 Overall the instructor was effective.
    • 4.33 Overall this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Summer II face-to-face
    • 4.64 The course objectives were specified and followed by the instructor.
    • 4.56 Overall, the instructor was an effective teacher.
    • 4.53 Overall, this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Summer II online
    • 4.48 Expectations were clearly stated either verbally or in the syllabus.
    • 4.33 Overall the instructor was effective.
    • 4.35 Overall this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Fall face-to-face
    • 4.63 The course objectives were specified and followed by the instructor.
    • 4.53 Overall, the instructor was an effective teacher.
    • 4.49 Overall, this course was a valuable learning experience.
  • Fall online
    • 4.63 Expectations were clearly stated either verbally or in the syllabus.
    • 4.45 Overall the instructor was effective.
    • 4.57 Overall this course was a valuable learning experience.

Scholarly contributions

 2 books (one in 10th edition and one in 2nd edition)
1 Number of chapters in books
40  Number of articles published in these refereed journals (by 14 tenure-track faculty)
  •  Aging Clinical and Experimental Research
  • Asian Journal of Medicine and Health
  • Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology
  • Experimental Brain Research
  • Frontiers in Physiology
  • Gait and Posture
  • International Journal of Hospitality Management
  • International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise
  • Journal of Alternative Medicine Research
  • Journal of Apitherapy
  • Journal of Consumer Behaviour
  • Journal of Dietary Supplements
  • Journal of Epidemiology
  • Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy
  • Journal of Intercollegiate Sport
  • Journal of Physical Activity and Health
  • Journal of Physical Education and Sport 
  • Journal of Physical Education Research
  • Journal of Services Marketing
  • Journal of Sport and Health Science
  • Journal of Sport Management
  • Journal of Translational Medicine
  • Journal of Women's Health
  • Journal of Yoga and Physical Therapy
  • Kinesiology
  • Metabolism
  • Military Psychology
  • Motor Control
  • Plos One
  • Preventing Chronic Disease
  • Preventive Medicine Reports
  • Psychology and Marketing
  • Pedagogics, Psychology, Medical-Biological Problems of Physical Training and Sports
  • Revista Internacional de Ciencias del Deporte
  • The Journal of Sport

External grants­

  • 5   Number of new and continuing external grants
  • $588,086  Amount of funds in these new and continuing external grants
    • $295,000 Department of Education [ELPN with Scott Ridley] (Marc Lochbaum)
    • $100,000 Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland (Marc Lochbaum and colleagues in Finland)
    • $47,391 Sultan Qaboos Cultural Center (Marc Lochbaum and Youngdeok Kim)
    • $9,619 Metabolic Technologies, Inc. (Grant Tinsley)
    • $136,076 American Heart Association [continuing] (Joaquin Gonzales)

Internal grants

  • 2 Number of new internal grants
  • $4,000 Amount of funds in two internal grants from the International Cultural Center (Marc Lochbaum)

Editorial Board members

  • International Journal of Genuine Traditional Medicine (Anna Tacon)
  • Journal of Biology of Exercise (Marc Lochbaum)
  • Journal of Global Sport Management (Yonghwan Chang)
  • Journal of Sport Behavior (Marc Lochbaum)
  • Sport Management Education Journal (Angela Lumpkin)

Accomplishments Aligned with the Department's Strategic Plan

  • Successfully implemented in the fall of 2016 our new 2.5 GPA for new Kinesiology and Sport Management majors
  • Renovated the Kinesiology and Sport Management Building to divide one 90-seat classroom into two 45-seat classrooms to help reduce student-to-teacher ratio
  • Hired five assistant professors—two in kinesiology and three in sport management
  • Obtained approval for a new Ph.D. in exercise physiology through all campus approval processes
  • Entered into informal agreement with the Rawls College of Business Administration to offer a dual degree program (M.B.A. and M.S. in Sport Management)
  • Received approval for a dual degree program (J.D. and M.S. in Sport Management) with School of Law
  • Used an allocation from the College and departmental funds to increase the stipends for GTAs from $11,000 to $13,000
  • Published first electronic newsletter

Angela Lumpkin
Professor and Department Chair

 

 

 

Department of Kinesiology & Sport Management

  • Address

    Box 43011, Texas Tech University, 2500 Broadway, Lubbock, TX 79409
  • Phone

    806.742.3371